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    Hello, I'm finding this question quite hard:

    "Calculate the overall percentage change, stating whether it is an increase or a decrease. An 12% increase then a 12% decrease."
    I understand that you would change then to their multipliers so 12% increase= x 1.12 and 12% decrease = x 0.88
    Then you multiply the multipliers so 0.9856 but I'm really confused as to what you do next? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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    That makes it a 1.44% decrease as the answer is 98.56% of the original
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    I get it now, thank you!


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    (Original post by studyblogg)
    I get it now, thank you!


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    No problem
 
 
 
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